- Administration, defence and social security services (2)
- Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services (1)
- Business services (7)
- Consulting (3)
- Marketing (1)
- Printing (1)
- Recruitment (2)
- Clothing, footwear, luggage articles and accessories. (9)
- Construction work (2)
- Education and training services (38)
- Food, beverages, tobacco and related products (15)
- Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products. (9)
- Recycling (5)
- Health and social work services (14)
- Health and Wellbeing (8)
- Hotel, restaurant and retail trade services (13)
- IT services (3)
- Internet and Support (2)
- Software Development (1)
- Musical instruments, sport goods, games, toys, handicraft, art materials and accessories (8)
- Office and computing machinery, equipment and supplies except furniture and software packages. (2)
- Real estate services. (3)
- Recreational, cultural and sporting services (17)
- Transport services (excl. Waste transport) (3)
- Supporting and auxiliary transport services (1)
Providing health & safety training, online and tutor led training & health and safety consultancy & training, ICT skill training personal skills training coupled with a full repertoire of online courses
We also have room rentals for community groups available and bakery goods to order.
Churchfield Community Trust, is a community based organisation situated on the Northside of Cork City. As an organisation we operate three several social enterprise initiatives which continue to report significant positive social impacts which contribute to the social economy .
The Garden Café :
This social enterprise provides training and mentoring in a live café environment to men and women who are interested in progressing to employment in the catering industry. Mentoring and certified training is delivered to employees who engage as part of the Garden Café initiative. The Garden Café is open to the public Monday to Friday providing freshly baked scones , Maher's coffee and light lunches. Catering for functions can be facilitated on request .
Our carpentry team, based at Knockfree Avenue workshop, design and produce garden furniture. playpark items and creche furniture. Trainees are trained and mentored under the supervision of the workshop manager in a live workshop environment focusing on pre-apprenticeship skills.
Our Horticulture team situated at the hydro farm in Tower ,Co. Cork grow and supply, fresh seasonal produce such as salad leaves, seasonal vegetables and fresh herbs to local restaurants including elbow lane and our own garden Cafe .
Special category community employment and continuing adult education initiatives provide a platform for progression to sustainable employment and re-integration within communities of origin for our participants. CCT works collaboratively with people on special category substance misuse community employment and TUS through the provision of personal, vocational and educational supports.
Common Purpose Ireland is a global social enterprise that develops, upskills and connects people from a range of geographies, generations, sectors, specializations, backgrounds and beliefs to help them become more effective leaders. We call this cross-boundary leadership.
We use a unique peer to peer experiential approach to broaden people’s perspectives and unlock their true potential. This is real life learning, using the City as the Classroom, creating timely and relevant solutions to the challenges organizations, society and its leaders face every day.
Cork Community Bikes is run by volunteers on a non-profit basis. We opened our do-it-yourself bicycle workshop in Summer 2007 at Cork Foyer for the community to use.
Besides our weekly workshop sessions, we have monthly meetings for the management of the project. Please contact us if you would like to get involved.
Creative Spark, centre for creativity and innovation, launched in October 2012 with the goal of providing dedicated creative training and workspace facilities for new and established enterprises in County Louth – a place to work and a place to learn. Creative Spark was conceived with a clear focus on the development of the creative and innovative enterprise sector in this region and the use of creative practice to promote social engagement.
Creative Spark provides a dedicated training and workspace facility in Dundalk. We welcome and support new and established businesses operating within the creative industries, innovation, technology, and sustainable energy sectors.
Providing dedicated training and ‘learning lab’ facilities and affordable workspace, Creative Spark offers an environment where innovation and creativity can flourish. Networking, peer-to-peer exchange and connectivity are a daily reality for the business community working, learning and meeting in the centre.
Cultivate is a practical sustainability organisation focused on active education - based in Cloughjordan Ecovillage, Co Tipperary.
Based in WeCreate, the Green Enterprise Centre in Cloughjordan Ecovillage, Cultivate is a national NGO and Civil Society Organisation focused on education, communication and citizen engagement. Cultivate support a greater understanding of whole systems thinking as a key to sustainability and see community-led projects being essential for a happier, healthier and more resilient future.
Alongside our practical courses, events and publications, we have embraced appropriate technologies such as community energy, digital fabrication and open source hardware in our work. We are interested in how these new technologies can be harnessed appropriately to build resilience and help us monitor and protect our environment.
We have a vision of our community where the physical environment is safe, secure and clean, where the local economy is strong and provides jobs and opportunities for local people, where people have confidence and a sense of pride in their community and where our services operate effectively for the good of all.
Darndale Belcamp Village Centre CLG provides a range of projects and services which have been developed to support the needs of the local community as outlined in the organisation's 2018 - 2021 Strategic Plan.
Dress for Success Dublin was founded in 2011 by stylist, designer and tech entrepreneur, Sonya Lennon. Our mission is to promote the economic independence of women by providing career development tools and a support network.
We are an affiliate of a global organisation, Dress for Success Worldwide, an international not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of women in 145 cities across 23 countries.
We provide free career development tools such as:
- Professional clothing and styling advance in advance of your job interview;
- Interview preparation sessions with experienced HR professionals;
- Sector-specific educational workshops; and
- Mentoring programmes.
Along with our services, we offer clients the opportunity to join a network providing peer support and ongoing career development opportunities.
Since we were established, we have supported over 1,500 women with the clothes, skills and development opportunities they needed to secure employment and achieve success.
Over 57% of those women are now working, and over 75% are where they want to be, whether in employment or in further education and training.